Deamze, Upper York Street, Bristol, April 2016

292. Upper York Street (1)

When I started blogging about street art, roughly a year ago, I didn’t post very often about Bristol’s writers. I think that is because wildstyle writing is a bit of an acquired taste…but once you have a taste for it, it becomes addictive, like so many things in life.

Deamze, Upper York Street, Bristol, April 2016
Deamze, Upper York Street, Bristol, April 2016

Deamze has really been at the heart of winning me over to this graffiti art form – his pieces are everywhere and his styles vary, but they are always unmistakably his. He is part of Bristol’s USP and should be more widely celebrated in my view. This stunning piece is on a building at the junction between Upper York Street and Wilder Street, which is becoming my favourite graff area.

Deamze, Upper York Street, Bristol, April 2016
Deamze, Upper York Street, Bristol, April 2016

There is little point in me writing much about how good this piece is. Just look at it and admire his immense talent.

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I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my profile...to this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

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